Common Name: Suob kabayo, Suag-kabayo
Origin: native of tropical America, now pantropic
- very abundant in open, waste places
- found at low and medium altitutes
- aromatic annual
- coarse and hairy
- stems are square, leaves ovate, long stalked flowers
- certain areas of the farm have lots of these
- despite the name, it has nothing to do with horses. It is not fed to horses.
- no known use among the locals
note: I originally put in the WRONG pictures for this entry on Suob Kabayo. The ones I thought were Suob Kabayo are actually Hagonoy
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Kami sa Mabini, sugkabayo tawag namin, hehe!
Thanks Andrea! Your comments are so useful! When our caretaker says the name, it sounds more like “swag-kabayo” than suob kabayo. I’ve been following the local names on Stuartxchange.com, mostly to be consistent. But, not sure how reliable that site is!
TAWAG NAMIN SA ILONGGO NG SUAG KABAYO AY ( LUKOLOKO ) GINAGAMOT NAMIN SA SUGAT TAO AT HAYOP DINODUROG LANG AT ITAPAL NAPAKAINAM MABILIS GUMALING ANG SUGAT
MAINAM DIN ILAGA AT IHAPLOS SA MAY LAGNAT , LANGHAPIN MO NA NAMAN ANG USOK MAINAM SA MAY UBO AT HIKA.
Maraming salamat Ronald! Ang ganda ng kaalaman na ito. Susubukan ko para sa sugat.
San po pwedeng makakita ng suob kabayo? For research purposes po sana thank you
anong meron sa suob kabayo na maaaring makapag cure ng inflammation ?
Sa amin sa bikol, nilalaga ung dahon at pinaiinom sa malapit manganak, pwede rin pag may monthly period, nakakatulong sa menstruation. Yung katas ng dahon paiinitan at pinaiinom sa may hika…
Maraming salamat Marcel!
We are currently using this plant to test if it has anticoagulation properties
Where do you find it in US?
Anyone know where i can get them? I need them for my thesis research po. Thank you